By Richard Gray
A historical past of yank Poetry offers a accomplished exploration of the improvement of yank poetic traditions from their pre-Columbian origins to the current day.
- Offers an in depth and obtainable account of the full diversity of yankee poetry
- Situates the tale of yank poetry inside of an important social and old contexts, and locations person poets and poems within the appropriate intertextual contexts
- Explores and translates American poetry when it comes to the foreign positioning and multicultural personality of the United States
- Provides readers with a way to appreciate the person works and personalities that helped to form probably the most major our bodies of literature of the previous few centuries
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